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powered luke scott and then got salazar. we do have rain drops but it's late afternoon in south florida. 2 balls, 2 strikes. all three that he has missed with have been bouncers low and away. so he will really overthrowing that thing at 96 but nowhere near threatening the strike zone. >> rob: call it what you want for mike macdougal, whether we are behind or ahead, he tries to repeat his delivery. he has done an excellent job after being picked up. >> bob: you don't want to face wes helms with the bases loaded and one out. uggla who swings and misses a lot is having a pretty good battle here. west helms has probably thought three either situations, knowing he's going to come up with the bases loaded or two one and two out or, for that matter, leading off the bottom of the 9th. uggla continuing to hang tough. 3-2 count. there have been eight pitches. rapuano and nieves taking a few shots back there, mostly the catcher. walked him, bases loaded. >> rob: he didn't get a lot of work with the white sox this year. five appearances, 4 1/3. 7 walks in those 4 innings. once again, when we talk a
on to north palm beach, florida. paul, good morning. caller: florida is like california. it confuses me. i live near one of the wealthiest states -- in one of the wealthiest states. we have oranges, nasa, so much, and tourism. so many different ways people in florida make money. the same as california. i cannot understand year after year of being the most wealthiest place where most people and a lot of workers and illegal aliens, large amounts, working at low wages, year after year, were not doing nothing but working and working and our dollars that we have sweated for, how can these two states, especially california, be in so much debt year after year after year? it is robbery. i want to know why this is not being investigated. every state everywhere across the country, everybody is broke and bankrupt of a sudden. nobody had any problems until the word "stimulus" or "bailout" came about. there are no excuses. we're working and busting our backs. host: thank you. in florida there% of general fund deficit is 27% this year. in dollar figures that is $6 billion. lisa is online at reporting on
in naples, florida, to not shall be spent on removing invasive cabbage palms from the hab i tament translation? we'd removal for panthers. then, $7 -- 87 87ú?ú?ú?ú?ccú?y sean: and we are continuing our countdown of waist waist -- waste we have. the -- "waste 101." the spending spree continues with number 87. from the university of south alabama where $800,000 was ear marked for the oyster rehabilitation project. sounds like a work release program for crust ashes. -- crust asians. -- crust aceans. and $600 million spent -- into the bill to build a bridge along the tamiami trail, which many floridaans don't want and don't feel is needed. next, the $1.9 million for connecticut's pleasure beach water taxy. it's a taxi to nowhere since pleasure beach has exactly zero residents and has been abandoned since 1996 when a fire burned down the breach connecting the bridge to the mainland. we're not making this up! number 84 takes us to pennsylvania where officials at ray's town lake are ecstatic they protured $100,000 of stimulus money to conduct endangered species bat surveys. somethi
. police say there is an arrest in the slaying of a couple in florida. >>> saying goodbye to a loved one, is hard enough, imagine having to relive it. hundreds of family are doing that after a shocking story of grave desecration and body dismemberment at a cemetery out of chicago. a family dozens of loved ones. cheryl jackson is wlif there. 40 family members. >> reporter: that is right. there is broad oaks cemetery. police are putting down flags, red flags, yellow flags. we don't know if they are very evidence or mapping, but as the police search for evidence the families are distraught. >> i don't understand how people can do that. >> they have no -- they are piled up on top of each other in one area. >> reporter: these sisters and their niece janet joseph say they have about 40 family members at burr oaks cemetery. >> this is their oldest son, our brother, lloyd. this is my sister ursine manning. >> reporter: one funeral program after another shows where their loved ones were laid to rest. >> when we buried them, they are at peace now. so we can't even say they are at peace now because
spaces. what about snakes? well, in florida with its balmy client and swampy landscape, and some of them have become a serious threat, not only to other wildlife but humans as well. so much is a that hunters have been given the green light to fight back. as jeffrey kofman reports for our series "into the wild". >> you are either going to love these pictures of loathe them. snakes have that effect on people. especially big snakes like these burmese pythons and boa constrictors. they are not native to the u.s., but here in florida they have made themselves very much at home in the swamps of the ever glades and in suburban miami. uncomfortably close to home. meet the members of miami fire rescue venom one. and should a snake like this show up in your neighborhood, they're on call. >> this is an eight-foot python. >> that is lieutenant lisa wood. like everyone on venom one, she actually loves snakes. >> it's an escad imal. >> why do you say that? >> its temperament is very good anmomost albino animal do not are bright and don't camoufge.y they get eatenen by things. >> and how lg -- >> this
an arrest in the double killing last week of a florida couple with 16 children. david mattingly tells us what police have turned up. >> reporter: don, one arrest, the promise of more to come, but at this point tonight there's still no one actually accused in this double homicide. investigators are saying they had no idea what they were getting into. leonard patrick gonzalez is not accused of being a killer, but he is accused of tampering with evidence in the double murders of dird abyrd and melanie billi. the couple known for their adoption of a dozen children, many with special needs, were shot to death in a home invasion, but now it appears to be much more. >> we are very anxious to share the story with the citizens of escambia county and with the nation if you will. it's going to be a humdinger. >> reporter: from there the details made public are few, but authorities are talking about a case now far more complex than it first appeared and involving more people than just the three men seen on surveillance video invading the billings' home. investigators do say gonzalez was one of their
now, police have made an arrest in the double killing last week of a florida couple with 16 children. david mattingly tells us what police have turned up. david? >> reporter: don, one arrest, the promise of more to come, but at this point tonight there's still no one actually accused in this double homicide. investigators are saying they had no idea what they were getting into. leonard patrick gonzalez is not accused of being a killer, but he is accused of tampering with evidence in the double murders of byrd and melanie billings. the couple known for their adoption of a dozen children, many with special needs, were shot to death in a home invasion, but now it appears to be much more. >> we are very anxious to share the story with the citizens of escambia county and with the nation if you will. it's going to be a humdinger. >> reporter: from there the details made public are few, but authorities are talking about a case now far more complex than it first appeared and involving more people than just the three men seen on surveillance video invading the billings' home. investigators do
since her nomination. >> three arrests in florida in connection with the deaths of a couple with 16 kids, a dozen of them adopted. >>> and an explosive charge from la toya jackson about the death of her brother. but she's not offering many of her brother. but she's not offering many details. captions paid for by abc, inc. >>> good morning. thanks for joining us. i'm jeremy hubbard. >> i'm vinita nair. supreme court nominee sonia sotomayor heads to capitol hill in a few hours to face confirmation hearings in the senate. >> today sotomayor gets a chance to tell her own story how she went from the projects to princeton to the steps of the nation's highest court. tomorrow, the tough questions start. here's abc's christianne klein. >> reporter: judge sonia sotomayor will be the latest supreme court nominee to face the sometimes contentious senate judiciary committee. >> our constitutional structure is the most important thing this nation has. >> reporter: president ronald reagan's nominee robert bork was rejected after many thought he would tilt the court too far to the right. clarence thomas
, the money watch report. >>> plus beating the baby odds. a florida mother gives birth to her third set of twins. >>> first, katie cue irbg has a preview. >> she needed a heart transplant. he needed a hit. see how a girl and a major league baseball player helped each other achieve their dreams in "assignment america." >>> some violent weather battered southeastern south dakota. winds as high as 74 miles per hour knocked over a semi yesterday. took a beating from heavy rain and hail. in andover, kansas, near wichita, they're still cleaning up from storms that produced baseball-sizeded hail. >>> on the "cbs money watch" stocks didn't move much this morning, and paris hilton is in trouble. >> that's right. worries about the global economy failed to inspire asian markets overnight. japan's benchmark nikkei ended the week fractionally lower. hong kong stocks slipped .5%. on wall street, investors shrugged off another big month for the nation's biggest retailers in june. industry-wide, sales were down 5% from a week ago. the dow jones industrial average begins the week up nearly five points.
advertising, what the courts were going to do. both here in washington, and in the state of florida. and, we were kind of commuting, literally, if not figuratively, or figuratively, if not literally between the courts in tallahassee and other places in florida. and, the supreme court. in the span of ten days, the u.s. supreme court heard arguments related to the election, not once, but twice. that in and of itself is extraordinary. and, this was attended with not something that had been ripening for five or ten or 15 years, in lower courts, but, was still festering on the political scene only days after the election. so, that not only were votesers, the public, this world -- voters, the public, the world at large, but lawyers who had to deal with i.t. and the justices who had to decide on it all dealing in a very contemporary setting of uncertainty and actually happened and what did the ballots, we saw people looking through or trying to look through represent and when were the kinds of things that had to be judged here in the u.s. supreme court itself? added to that, from a broadcaster's pe
time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from florida is recognized. mr. klein: reserve the balance of our time. mr. smith: do i yield back the balance of our time. -- i do yield back the balance of our time. the gentleman from florida, mr. klein. mr. klein: thank you, mr. speaker. i have no further requests for time. i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the question is, will the house suspend the rules and agree to house resolution 654. so many as are in favor say aye. those opposed, no. in the opinion of the chair, 2/3 of those voting having responded in the affirmative, the rules are suspended, the resolution is agreed to, and without objection the motion to reconsider is laid upon the table. for what purpose does the gentleman from florida rise? mr. klein: mr. speaker, i move to suspend the rules and agree to h.res. 538 as amended. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the resolution. the clerk: house resolution 538, resolution supporting olympic day on june 23 , 2009, and encouraging the international olympic committee to select ch
those supporting the bill are the pro- choice group planned parenthood and florida evangelical leader joel hunter, who is anti- abortion. >> it links together traditional adversaries in a way that advances each of our goals without compromising any of our values. >> abernethy: in new jersey and brooklyn, after a huge federal corruption investigation, five rabbis were among 44 public officials and others arrested. the rabbis were alleged to have laundered several million dollars through charities associated with their synagogues. on capitol hill this week, confirmation hearings for obama's nominee to be the next ambassador to the vatican. miguel diaz teaches at the college of saint benedict and saint john's university in minnesota. during his hearing, diaz said he believes interfaith dialogue builds bridges that lead to action. >> i have worked with religious leaders to engage local communities in exploring the role of religion in uniting people. if confirmed, my service to the united states as ambassador would be a natural extension of this work. >> abernethy: president obama hosted l
of pythons menacing florida, and the local officials wrestling with the menacing florida, and the local officials wrestling with the problem. captions paid for by abc, inc. >>> good evening. back home in idaho, bowe bergdahl worked at a coffee sh, with a close family and a girlfriend he was hoping to marry. tonight, he is the first american soldier to be captured by the taliban since the start of the war in afghanistan. we are now getting our first glimpse of this tape, released by the taliban, the first confirmation that private bergdahl is alive since he vanished nearly three weeks ago. it is still unclear howe was captured. what is clear from that tape is that he is a scared young man. our martha raddatz is in the region tonight. >> reporter: the young soldier, 2 3-year-old bowe bergdahl, pale, was understandably shaken. >> well, i'm scared. scared i won't be able to go home. it is very unn tngvieo bebe a prisoner. >> reporter: berghadahl was captured by the taliban outside forward operating base salerno in eastern afghanistan on june 30th. officials say the private, who left the bas
charge said in the murder of a florida couple, known for adopting children with special needs. >>> and the latest pitch. president obama lets it fly at the all-star game. >> this is as much fun as i've had in quite sometime. >> this is the cbs morning news for wednesday, july 15th, 2009. captioning funded by cbs >>> good morning, thanks for joining us. it was a point judge sonia sotomayor made repeatedly. she didn't let her personal bias influence her conclusions. her confirmation hearing resumes this morning with more questions. susan roberts is in washington with details. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. so farp judge sotomayor is receiving high marks. both democrats and republicans are saying she is reasoned and measures in her responses and she seems to have a good understanding of the law. it'll be another long day in the witness chair for supreme court nominee sonia sotomayor. >> you do believe that your background will affect the results in cases? and that's troubling to me. >> my record shows that at no point or time have i ever permitted my personal vie
murder of a florida couple. and as 15 children grieve, new evidence from thcrime scene and a new warning from the sheriff. this is one very disturbing story. >>> struck down. a pregnant woman's sore throat turns into a fight for her life and her baby's. a 6-year-old girl dies just days after feeling ill. swine flu is claiming victims around the world, but just how dangerous could it become? >>> and moon struck. 40 years after the lunar landing we get to see that historic first step like never before. so will the doubters finally accept that we really did land on the moon? captions paid for by abc, inc. >>> good evening. exactly a week ago, a team of masked men entered large home in florida. within the space of four minutes, they'd murdered a husband and his wife. a couple who dedicated their lives to fostering children, many of whom are disabled. since then, seven men and a woman have been charged in connection with the murders and today authorities announced the recovery of the murder weapon and a safe that was likely the target. but while investigators have made sound program with thei
. >>> and take a look at this newly released video tt shows a riot at a juvenile detention center in florida that cost four officers their jobs. law enforcers pour into the room to control the situation, but the sheriff says some used unnecessary force. officers kicked and punched some inmates even after they had been handcuffed. four officers were fired for that behavior. >>> and a brand-new employee at a denver restaurant had an unfortunate first customer. the new hire had just opened the salad shop in the morning when an 80-year-old driver plowed through the front door causing some serious damage. well, fortunately neither the employee nor the driver were injured. >>> a new york beach looked more like a movie set when a 26-foot shark washed ashore. it's unclear what killed the fish that was one ton. but researchers suspect an ailment since it had no visible injuries. well, the beast was not a human predator, it was a shark which feeds on plankton. >>> now, for a look at your national and regional weather, here's nbc meteorologist bill karins with the weather channel forecast. bill, good m
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of the 7th tied at 3. cody ross the latest florida villain. mets are flying home tonight, day off tomorrow. braves in for 3. well hit. belliard cradlesles it against his body and ronnie will lead off in the top of the 8th inning. 9, 1, 2. harris and guzman to follow.   . >> bob: well, they got soak add little bit there, no worst for wear as we go to the 8th inning here in florida. now coming up at home on friday night. ross detwiler, 0-4, still looking for that first big league win. he will take on kenshi quack mi of the braves. a note of it. first pitch is 6:35 on friday night. here is ronnie belliard already in the game as a second baseman replacement. he takes a fastball right down the middle. belliard, 18 for 37 with a 137 with a .1231 batting average. does not bite on the slider. >> rob: come on, ronnie, if there ever was a time to jack one out of here. now is the time. >> bob: tried to pull that slider. hanley ramirez on the wet track, throws low and it's picked out by ross gload who saves an error. follow the nats on your iphone, your
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the gentleman from florida rise? mr. hastings: i send to the desk a privileged report from the committee on rules for filing under the rule. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the resolution. the clerk: report to accompany house resolution 685 for consideration -- providing for the tchoferingse bill providing appropriationers in department of defense and for other purposes. the speaker pro tempore: referred to the house calendar and ordered printed. pursuant to clause 8 of rule 20, proceedings will resume on motions to suspend the rules previously postponed. votes will be taken in the following order h.r. 1293 by the yeas and nays. h.r. 556, de novo. h.r. 509, de novo, h.r. 1093, de novo, h.j.res. 44 de novo. the first vote will be a 15-minute vote. the remaining votes will be five-minute votes the unfinished business is the vote on the motion of the gentleman from california, mr. filner to suspend the rules and pass h.r. 1093. the clerk will report the title. the clerk: h.r. 1293, a bill to amend title 38, united states code to provide for an increase in the amo
. investigators looking into what may have caused that explosion. >>> to florida now where the local sheriff said the lightning just came out of nowhere. it hit a crowd of people celebrating the july 4th in lakeland. one man was killed, 18 others were hospitalized. >> we know that there was no rain at the time. there were a few clouds in the area according to the preliminary information we received. but obviously nothing at all would indicate to them that there was a danger. and as a result, one man died. >> now, whether experts say lightning kills more people in florida than any other state. >>> michael jackson fans trying to win tickets to his memorial will find out today whether they got them or not. organizers say more than 1.6 million people registered for the free tickets online. the winners will get an e-mail after 2:00 p.m. eastern time today telling them where to pick up their tickets. they will be selected in random drawings. jackson's memorial will be held in los angeles on tuesday. the winners will either get to see the event at the staples center or watch a simulcast from the nearby
the balance of his time. the gentleman from florida. mr. diaz-balart: i'd like to thank my friend, the gentleman from california, mr. car dodea, for the -- cardoza, for the time. i'd like to thank chairwoman lowey and ranking member granger for their efforts on this important legislation. this bill provides almost $50 billion in funding for a number of u.s. government programs and activities including the state department, the u.s. agency for international development, foreign, economic and military assistance, contributions to international organizations and international broadcasting programs. in today's world, foreign assistance is as important to our national interest as it is ethical. i'm pleased that the legislation recognizes our shared democratic values and our special friendship with israel and includes $2.2 billion in foreign military finanng programs assistance for that great friend and ally. our aid to israel is especially foreign as the ruthless tyranny in iran threatens to wipe it off the face of the map and rockets continue to rain down on israel from terrorist grou
the attacks that claimed the lives of two parents with 17 children in pensacola florida. i am brian wilson, new details straight ahead. >> president obama supreme court nominee spends day number three on the hot seat. why republicans want answers about things she has said in the past. coming up. >> "harry potter" mania. kicked off >> investigators are looking for more information surrounding the murders of a florida couple with 17 children. there is a new person of interest who is speaking with the sheriff's department. brian wilson has the latest from pensacola florida. >> it was a methodically planned robbery except for one detail. police now suspect an accomplice supposed to shut off the surveillance cameras at the home of the billings botched the job. the billings were shot to death with nine of the 17 kids home at the time. at least seven suspects made off with the safe. and at the time, they believed they were not on camera. >> and all of you should have asked this. we have asked ourselves this from the beginning. identifies the security system not disabled? >> late today investigato
, into the southeast. scattered thunderstorms over the rockies and florida. and very hot in parts of the west. >> that's right. a blistering 115 in phoenix. 102 in portland. and 95 in seattle. mid-80s in st. louis, detroit and indianapolis. 77 in the twin cities. seasonable along the east coast, with temperatures near 90 from boston to miami. it's 89 in new orleans. and 92 in dallas. >>> and still to come this morning, market momentum. housing sales pick up with the biggest gain in nearly a decade. >>> and perilous plunge. a kayaker drops off a giant waterfall and lives to tell the tale. i never thought it could happen to me... a heart attack at 53. i had felt fine. but turns out... my cholesterol and other risk factors... increased my chance of a heart attack. i should've done something. now, i trust my heart to lipitor. when diet and exercise are not enough, adding lipitor may help. unlike some other cholesterol .lowering medications,, lipitor is fda approved .to reduce the risk..., of heart attack, stroke, and certain kinds ! of heart surgeries... in patients with several common risk factors... or
of assailants caught on tape. so why did it happen? we've got breaking news from florida. >>> what are the words you need to sell your house? meet the property poet. a woman whose magic touch may add tens of thousands to your asking price. just by giving it the big sell. >>> plus, supreme test. sonia sotomayor's historic confirmation hearing begins. how is was day one of the toughest job interview on earth? captions paid for by abc, inc. >>> good evening, everyone. i'm terry moran. and we're going to begin tonight with that double murder mystery that's left a family reeling, a community stunned and in many ways investigators baffled. it has been four days now since a wealthy couple known for remarkable acts of charity was found fatally shot inside their home in the florida panhandle. nine of their 16 children, 12 of whom they adopted, were asleep at the time. well, late tonight, the local sheriff announced a fourth arrest in this case, which he says can involve as many as eight suspects and while robbery remains a motive, it's not the only one the police are considering. steve osunsami is in pen
. a florida man experiences the powerful force of lightning a florida man experiences the powerful force of lightning firsthand. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> hello and good morning. i'm lichristina brown. >>> yesterday the nation was given the chance to watch one very memorable happy hour. president obama and vice president biden sat down with the two men at the center of a controversial arrest that ripped the skap off the national issue of race. nbc's steve handelsman reports. >> reporter: president obama called it just having a drink at the end of the day. but the nation was watching. unexpectedly vice president biden was at the table in the rose garden sitting next to harvard professor henry lewis gates jr. they drank from frosty mugs and munched peanuts and pretzels. cameras kept too far back to hear what anyone said. it was the first time gates and kruly had spoken since the arrest two weeks ago. earlier, president obama tried to lower expectations. >> this is not a university seminar. it is not a summit. it's an attempt have some personal interaction. >> repor
to be in excellent condition. the aviation museum wants to restore it and put it on display in florida. >>> the holidays are still months away but we're learning about this year's capitol christmas tree. an 85-foot blue spruce from arizona's white mountain. this is the first year the tree will come from the grand canyon state. it's expected to be delivered in november. >>> he is one of the nfl's most popular quarterbacks but now ben roethlisberger is facing stunning allegations. >> we'll be joined later with the details. >>> plus a florida manatee makes a rare appearance in the chesapeake bay. is it chessy to paid a visit to these parts 15 years ago. i'm bob barnard in maryland. we'll have the answer for you coming up.  >>> welcome back to what's cooking. joining me today is jeremy davis from hula han's restaurant. you have a couple of locations. >> elkridge. herndon, maryland. >> and you're here today. we have some fun, food and a cool drink, a nice summer drink. >> we're making cocktails and dessert. >> that's all i want. >> skip the meal. start with a cocktail a
día de mañana, pero también bastantes tomas en gran parte de la florida, en el sur sobretodo en el área de miami pero un poco más al norte dejando más tormentas en la florida, atlanta, georgia posibilidad y 6060de tormentas en horarios de la mañana y la tarde, tendría que moverse afectando gran parte. potencialmente. escuchen muy bien.50%. algunas tormentas para la gran manzana, philadelphia y toda el área incluyendo áreas de boston también. chicago se libra, todo se mueve hacia el sudeste y lentamente. para ustedes un 84 temperatura máxima pero solamente 20%. la lluvia la hemos tenido en los últimos días. las tormentas severas afectando el valle. y es calor, en texas que pudiera llegar en 9 95-97 grados.95 para ustedes en houston y gran parte del oeste con buen tiempo. pero, tiempo básicamente seco, no hay lluvia en los sectores costeros y los dejaré con la imagen de dolores que no tará ah@h@tb vygkph@h@tbéphgtiokph@h@tbéphgsn que los fetos cerca del final del oct soy muy objeto diente como dice walter: pausa mañana investigamos las desapariciones que tiene con te
, thank you. >>> we have breaking news out of florida right now, where police are about to announce an arrest in the murders of a married couple who were admired for having adopted 12 children. they were killed in their own home. steve osunsami has more now from prince cola, florida. >> reporter: florida police investigating the murder of bud and melley bianie billings have focusing on what they believe is the get-away vehicle. this red van. police, acting on a tip, found it stashed behind this shed in pensacola, several miles from the murder scene. the van, and three passengers, were captured on surveillance video at the billings' home, at the night of the murders. authorities are now interviewing at least two persons of interest connected to the van and possibly connected to the killings. >> they are not related by blood, marriage, as best as we can tell. no legal connections on that perspective. they are two individuals who know each other. >> reporter: the couple's murder has shocked residents across this community. they had 16 children, 12 of them were adopted and many of them
court, the pulitzer prize winning author and the memoir that made him famous. >> and florida snake invasion. they're not even afraid of alligators three times their size. why officials are concerned. >> it's going to be nearly impossible to totally exterminate or eliminate them. >> it's monday, july 20th. >> announcer: froabc news, this is "world news now." >> they've eaten alligators, they've eaten people's cats and dogs. scary times. >> and there's some really tight shots of them slithering about in this story. >> pretty gross stuff. ought to keep you awake tonight, which is just what we want. >> we hope for. >> good morning, i'm jeremy hubbard. >> i'm vinita nair. army private bowe bergdahl went missing in afghanistan three weeks ago. this morning we know he is in the hands of the taliban. >> his captors have released a wrenching videotape in which the 23-year-old from idaho says he's afraid he's never going home. john hendren has more. >> what's your name? >> my name is bowe bergdahl. >> where you from? >> i'm from idaho in the usa. >> reporter: bowe bergdahl was last seen june 30twalking a
. there are some exceptions. we may have stormy weather down in florida. particularly south florida. a chance of showers in cities like indianapolis. it will be hot down in the desert southwest certainly. and if you're heading to the beaches, you can expect some very warm water temperatures in places like destin, florida, and also off the coast of the carolinas. a little cooler off the beaches around places like nantucket. so overall, depends on if you want to go swimming if you want to tolerate the cold. natasha? >> bonnie, thanks so much. you may be able to get a cheaper mortgage. that's definitely good news in a bad economy. you're going to hear which mortgage rates are falling. úb >>> the air france plane that crashed last month slammed into the atlantic ocean intact and belly first. that whees french investigators said in their first report on the crash. they also say it happened so quickly that people probably didn't have time to inflate their life jackets. 228 people were killed. investigators say they're still very far from determining a cause. >>> the wife of south carolina governor
adequately protected. cbs news, los angeles. >>> joining us from orlando, florida, the person who filed the lawsuit. paul peter sevson and his attor gloria allred is in los angeles. good morning to you both. >> good morning. >> paul i'll bebegin with you. under the law which your organization helped to revise in 2000, 50% of all child performer's earnings in california are supposed to be set aside in a trust. aren't these kids protected already? >> the saving of the money is the least of this. i personally wrote the law to protect the exploitation of premature babies. remember, these children we're discussing this morning were born eight weeks s premature ani can't think of anything more dangerous to a people my than putting them in an environment exposing them to lights with hearts and lungs that are very vulnerable. in defiance, suddenly these children's lives are being sold. the emotional risk is so significant that finally i had to step up. >> let me bring in your attorney. gloria, you allege that laws -- labor laws have been broken here in the filming and shooting of these children
>>> major developments today in the murder case of the florida couple who were parents of 17 kids. now the dea is involved, and place say the suspects trained for 30 days, but didn't count on this. the person supposed to turn off the surveillance cameras never showed up. now police are on the hunt. >>> plus, a year ago today, caylee anthony's grandmother made this panicked 911 call. >> there's something wrong. i found my daughter's car today and it smells like there's been a dead body in the damn car. >> little caylee had been missing more than a month before grandma made that casey still b. are we any closer to justice for little caylee? >>> we love hearing from you. call in, 1-877-tell-hln is the number. e-mail us cnn.com/primenews or text us at hlntv, just start your message with the word prime. it's your chance to be heard. >>> welcome, this is "prime news," i'm mike galanos. all right, we have urgent updates on the florida murders, so sad here, since they mad 17 kids, 13 adopted. police in escambia, florida, say one part of this crime went wrong. seven suspects dressed in nin
right to the waterfall. >>> first in our top story, another arrest in the murder of the florida couple. he's the fourth suspect in custody. officials believe six to eight people were involved. take a look at new surveillance video of two of the suspects. one man that has not been identified yet. investigators say robbery was the motive but not the only motive. >> we expect more arrests to become imminent in this case. these seem to take on a life of their own at some point, and, again, we're very proud to announce that we hope to bring all of the suspects that we have identified early on in this case to justice very, very shortly. >> well, the victims byrd and melanie billings were well off and used their money to adopt and care for special needs kids. police believe that some of them saw the intruders. fortunately none of the children was hurt. >>> investigators are working on enhancing video of the cameras at the couple's home and they say what they're seeing is already killing. correspondent richard lui has more on how things may have played out. that's in about 15 minutes. >>> a th
in america which, right now, for far too many people is not an assurance at all. >> congresswoman, florida is often at the cutting edge politically and otherwise. we know one of next year's big battles will be the florida senate race there in florida where your current governor charlie crist is running and mark o'rubio is running and kendrick meek is running. give us perspective. what are you hearing florida so observe a bellwether presidentially and otherwise. what are you hearing about that race? >> well, you know, we have massive opportunity politically for democrats to make significant gains in florida after president obama won florida, florida's electoral votes in november, we now have 660,000 registered more democrats in florida than republicans. we actually have been out registering continually since november. the republicans. we've outfund-raised them at the state party level for the first time in over a decade. so the momentum is going our way. we have every major statewide office, except for one u.s. snat seat, open in florida. so the opportunity for democrats to make significant
that tore through a mobile home park in florida. severe weather in the forecast today. watch out for the ohio valley. we'll show you where. announceit keeps my airways. to help me breathe better all day long. and it's not a steroid. announceit keeps my airways. to help me breathe better all day long. and it's not a steroid. announceit keeps my airways. to help me breathe better all day long. and it's not a steroid. announceit keeps my airways. to help me breathe better all day long. and it's not a steroid. announceit keeps my airways. to help me breathe better all day long. and it's not a steroid. announceit keeps my airways. to help me breathe better all day long. and it's not a steroid. announceit keeps my airways. to help me breathe better all day long. and it's not a steroid. announceit keeps my airways. to help me breathe better all day long. and it's not a steroid. announceit keeps my airways. >>> pretty nasty weather in some parts. let's check in with jacqui jeras. >> hey, fredericka. storms to talk about. scattered, west to east coast. we have been dealing with it. i want
seen the never-behalf-seen video. >>> police have found an eighth person in the murder of the florida couple. she was the alleged ring leader. >> when you saw this, what are you thinking? >> oh, my god. i'm so grateful to god i'm alive. >> amazing anyone made it out of that accident. a huge explosion and fire on a major interstate. it was enough to collapse part of the road. >>> first, though, brand new details in the case of a florida couple killed last week. police arrested an eighth suspect lichged to the shooting deaths of byrd and melanie billings. police say melanie wiggens will be charges. she recommended the property to another suspect. the sheriff described their relationship. >> yes. she had a long association with one of our primary suspects, leonard pa a trick gonzalez, and that's why she became a person of interest as a landlord and her railty company, and she also was a very good family friend, transporting him and his wife and dhirn around. that's how she became a person of interest. we wanted to find out exactly what is the tie between the two of them. >> authorities d
and the fun of key west, florida, today, to enjoy the sun and the fun of key west, florida, today, tuesday, july 28th, 2009. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> and good morning, everyone. welcome to a very special split edition of "today" on this tuesday morning. we hit the road. al and i are in sunny, actually kind of sunny and almost stormy key west, florida, this morning. meredith and ann are back in studio 1a in new york city, where they've just come off a whirlwind trip to lake george in the adirondacks. good morning to both of you. >> and these ladies, too. good morning, girls. >> good morning, guys. you know, i thought ann and i really had the best outfit with those waiters yesterday, but you take the cake, guys, in those shirts. question, how much tequila did you down before you purchased them? >> actually, we didn't. we did this -- we did this on our own. >> completely sober. >> when we were looking for gifts for you guys, we found these. and what's great is they're polyester, so they really breathe. >> it's about 90 degrees and humid here. it's going to get only wo
. police are arresting a suspect in a horrific murder of a wealthy couple in florida. now they are saying that more suspects are still out there. we're awaiting a news conference with the sheriff's office in florida. investigators now linking a real-estate agent to a group of day laborers. they say that they killed melanie and byrd billings. 17 children, most of them with special needs. these were kids that the family had adopted. brian wilson is joining us with a live report from pensacola. he will be joining us in a few minutes. megyn: the democrats rushed to nationalize the u.s. health-care system. going into overdrive this morning. live pictures from capitol hill where no less than three committees in the house of start reviewing pop the 1000 plus page plan to nationalize our health care, as president obama keeps the pressure on them to do it and do it fast. good morning, everybody. rick: welcome back. house democrats and putting the cost of their plan at roughly $1.50 trillion. their idea to pay for it will place a crushing tax on small businesses. did morning. tell us what is going
tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentleman from florida rise? mr. klein: to address the house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, so ordered. mr. klein: madam speaker, yesterday this house passed legislation that will restore fiscal discipline by requiring the united states government to only spend what it can truly afford. the statutory pay-as-you-go act will roll back deficits and require all new legislation which reduces revenues or expand spending to be paid for. this is a critical piece of common sense. at long last congress will be required to file the -- follow the policies that families in my south district of florida do every day. only spend a dollar if you can save a dollar somewhere else. the last time pay-go was in place in the 1990's we saw budget surpluses. after they lapsed in 2002, the lack of fiscal discipline allowed deficits to balloon. fiscal responsibility is one of my personal core values. it is what my wife and i teach our children and it should guide every decision we make in government. this bill mar
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